Book Review: Planning Academic Library Orientations: Case Studies from Around the World

Holly Luetkenhaus

Abstract


For those engaging with first-year students and planning first-year programs in academic libraries, the library orientation is a key part of the work we do. “Library orientation” is often a catch-all term that is used to describe many types of library activities aimed at new college students, including in-class sessions, tours, online tutorials, and more. For a librarian revising an existing orientation program or starting from scratch, the possibilities are almost limitless, and it can be daunting to weed through the many options and settle on one that works for your library, your institution, and your students.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/rusq.58.4.7155

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